Industrial Structural Geology: Principles, Techniques and Integration

Edited by F.L. Richards, N.J. Richardson, S.J. Rippington, R.W. Wilson and C.E. Bond


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The practical application of structural geology in industry is varied and diverse; it is relevant at all scales, from plate-wide screening of new exploration areas down to fluid-flow behaviour along individual fractures. From an industry perspective, good structural practice is essential since it feeds into the quantification and recovery of reserves and ultimately underpins commercial investment choices. Many of the fundamental structural principles and techniques used by industry can be traced back to the academic community, and this volume aims to provide insights into how structural theory translates into industry practice.

Papers in this publication describe case studies and workflows that demonstrate applied structural geology, covering a spread of topics including trap definition, fault seal, fold-and-thrust belts, fractured reservoirs, fluid flow and geomechanics. Against a background of evolving ideas, new data types and advancing computational tools, the volume highlights the need for structural geologists to constantly re-evaluate the role they play in solving industrial challenges.
GSL Special Publication 421
Product Code:1279
Publisher:Geological Society of London
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ISBN:978-1-86239-730-9
Media:hardcover book
Pages:267

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